In December 1942, I was stationed at West Bay Bridge Port, a message came from headquarters for me only, to be transferred to a gun site on the outskirts of Yeoville. This particular location was the rear of a country pub. One had to walk down the side of the pub to get to the gun site.

Mazur’s work led him to the Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI), a major front for a vast array of criminal enterprises, including the largest money laundering operation in history, arms trafficking, kidnapping, and assassinations for hire. It also organized corporate retreats for terrorists in which Shining Path guerrillas took bomb making tips from a radical Fatah splinter group, then made friendship bracelets and participated in a wacky obstacle course. During his years undercover, Mazur became a personal friend to many senior BCCI and Medellin figures.

Police cordoned off three separate crime scenes; stopping traffic all around the Capitol complex and along the route El Mofty took toward his death. Up on Allison Hill, they had to contend with a mysterious blue canister. Be a bomb, I don know, one officer said, warning others to steer clear until it could be inspected possibly detonated.

I can tell you, if he had wings on his back, he wouldn’t be staying in Canada for long. He would be hovering all over the world all day long! Hahahahaha!!!!! And recently for a major portion of 2010 he was in Malaysia, and I had the honor to invite him to stay with me for a few days. Of course I had free qigong practice session with him while at my home! He too, had to “work” for the free food and lodging.

Buzz and Woody eventually escape that place without killing each other, but the horror continues in Toy Story 3. At one point, we see a monkey toy watching the feed from some surveillance cameras in a nursery. On the same desk, there’s a small box with the Overlook carpet pattern on it again, plus a 1970s intercom modeled after the one seen in the hotel manager’s office in The Shining..

Time To Relocate Back To HomebaseAs they say, “All good things must come to an end.” I am selling my house and to relocate back to homebase. With a heavy heart, the reason for relocating is overwhelming and substantiated. My present home is on the mainland.

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